Hundreds of hungry Vietnamese queued up to order a Big Mac on the opening morning of McDonald's last month in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam's first instalment of the fast food American powerhouse. The fast food mega-chain seems to have penetrated every corner of the Earth since dishing up its first Big Mac back in 1955 in Illinois, Chicago. They were even offering a delivery service in Islamabad during the Pakistani conflict, advertising on street corners after shutting the physical restaurant due to the terrorist threat. In 1996, the Zhongshan Guang Chang branch of McDonalds in Shanghai celebrated its opening by unveiling a gigantic Ronald McDonald figure in the form of the Buddha seated in the lotus position. Unsurprisingly, the gesture didn't go down well with the locals and the statue was removed within the month. So with 34,000 McRestaurants in 118 McCountries across the world, serving almost 70 million McPeople every day, are there any defiant places that aren't lovin' it?